Wednesday, September 1 0, 1975|THE|MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three
All over the nation'
teachers on strike
The nation's largest school Midwest: In northern Ohio's
system began shutting down I Erie-Huron-Ottawa vocational
yesterday as 65,000 teachers in| district, 66 teachers continued a
financially strapped New York strike that began Sept. 3 over a
City went on strike, new contract. Nearly 1,000 stu-
Initial reports indicated that dents are out of class.
the walkout by the United Fed-i In Michigan, 385 teachers in
eration of Teachers was gener.. the St. Clair Shores, Mich. dis-I
ally effective in disrupting trict ended a strike Monday and I
classes for the 1.1 million pu- the fall term was to open yes-
pils who started the fall term terday, a week late. Settlement
Monday. details were not released.
Arbor to pay
obeisance to and personally mneet
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Mounted patrols and police ~
this school year.
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mothers chanted prayers and
pushed baby carriages in the
Charlestown area yesterday as
the second day of school under
court-ordered desegregation end-
School attendance was up
throughout the city as police
kept up a highly visible show of
force, and there was no serious
trouble at the schools by the
time the buses came to take the
Some rock and bottle throw-!
ing was reported near the high
school in Charlestown during
the afternoon, however. Police
reported about a half dozen ar-
rests throughout the day.
POLICE said officers patrol..
ling racially tense sections!
would be issued flak jackets to
protect them from darts being I
fired at night from slingshots
and air guns.
In Charlestown, a tough Irish
neighborhood where schools
hiv b~~ vitu al-ht
about 150 of the city's 950
Teahrs no arn fro
ETwithout significant progress.
Supt.-elect Joseph P. Hannon
said the sole issue remaining in
th week-l strike by 27,000
x~e 88 8 :.:.. 8 ::s 8 88 ...: ::15.IN Pennsylvania, te a ch er
wakuts continued in 23 school
guard Boston's Charlestown High School without incident y esterday, the second day of bsing oheri ts wth teachersin tan-
were locked out. Disputes in-
volved 7,015 teachers and 145,-I
atnd Charlestown busing Inohr ra, hr
Northeast: In addition to New
York City, about 36,000 pupils
OR O OR S COj were afecte bytrkesinNew
second da state's school districts were op-
scrawled on the sidewalk in in Boston to supervise federal!i ed there. He said a "disagree- erating without contracts for
front of the building, an histori- agents involved in implement- ment" of a racial nature had teachers.
cal landmark which suffered ing the desegregatibn program. taken place between two female~ Far West: About 1,200 teach-
damages estimated at $25,000 to students - one black and one ers remained off the job in
$75,000. REPORTERS were not al- white - but no disciplinary ac- Berkeley and San Jose, Calif.
lowed inside school buildings,I tion was taken and no injuries Tra fasrk nteSca
BUSING school children to en- but Charlestown High School resulted. mento area ended when 2,100:
force a desegregation order be- Headmaster Frank Power said Police officials said some cent salarygrincrease. or e
gan last year in some neighbor- all was qluiet in classrooms; 1,800 police officers would re- ----- -_
hoods, notably South Boston. where "students are learning main on the streets tomorrow.
This year busing has been in- and teachers are teaching.'' A total of 87 arrests were re- SEE
creased and new areas added, South Boston High School: ported Monday and Monday D
including Charlestown. Headmaster Williamn Reid said: night, mostly for disorderly con- J im e p
Final figures were not avail- no major incidents were report-~ duct..e e
able from. school officials, but --*--------------*--- POCKET BILLIARD
early reports indicated that -CHAMPION
over-all attendance yesterday
was up considerably from Mon-W d Set2
from eight high schools and fixve r 4 p.m. 8pm-
elementary schools showed an a
over-all attendance rate of 62.2 h a t tern g Union Ballroom
At South Boston High School, F RE E
where 216 of 785 enrolled white
pupils showed up for classes on - ---
opening day, 306 whites report-
ed yesterday. Of 432 blacks en- $ (8
rolled, 78 attended classes Mon-4 8V l ek_________
day and 147 reported yesterday.
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about 300 mothers and teen-age IN CHARLESTOWN, 263 of
girls marched through the 595 enrolled white pupils and 85
streets to protest busing. of 221 enrolled blacks reported
When they neared Charles- to the high school yesterday. On
town High School, a wall Of PO-' Monday, 66 blacks and 235
lice officers blocked their path.. whites attended classes.
The women sat in the street and The streets of South Boston
recited the Lord's Prayer until were nearly empty during~
police finally allowed them to school hours yesterday, except
march on sidewalks about a for police and U.S. marshals
block from the school. who were positioned along bus
routes and near South Boston
POLICE buses and vans :High School.
sealed off the street in front of "It has gone very well, both:
the aging granite building, and Monday and today," Asst. U.S.
tactical patrolmen walked with Atty. Gen. Stanley Pottinger
the marchers. said Tuesday afternoon. He is
Fire officials said yesterday:---------- --~
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John Kennedy was apparently
fire-bombed Monday night. Anti -I
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